A must-have pattern even on streams
Just in time for the first spring hatches...
Early morning anglers should have a dozen of these in their fly boxes
A variation on the Western version
Plus, are guides allowed to yell?
I can't count the number of times I've hit a hatch of black midges on a stream, pond or lake. They seem to thrive everywhere and trout seem to thrive on them as well. They can range in size from 14 to tiny 22's. Years ago I tied both emergers with trailing shucks and the winged adults. Since then I've
This hopper hybrid is both durable and easy to tie
A simple, effective pattern for these tiny flies
Here's one pattern that will imitate a variety of mayfly species